Not Exactly a Warm Welcome
Ruby’s Inn was definitely a bit of a disappointment. We had done a pre-checkin online before arriving and were told via email that we would be greeted at the gate and given a packet. Well, we were not greeted so we proceeded into the office where we received a rather surly welcome. The ‘lady’ at the counter rudely told us our packet was clipped to a board outside.
After getting our packet we proceeded to our site which overall was extremely small. The rv pad was a good size, but was ridiculously un-level. In fact this is the first time we have ever had to drive upon blocks to get to a point that we could level the trailer.
The overall feel of this rv park is that it badly in need of maintenance. The sewer pipe connection for the trailer next to us was broken and the poor guy had to use rocks to try to keep his line in place.
The layout of the sites was a bit odd and it was interesting to watch the rvs come and go in the area behind us. It was actually a bit confusing to determine which site was which.
As we find in most rv parks the wi-fi was terrible and cell service was marginal.
Ruby’s Inn Overflow
When we decided to extend our stay in the Bryce Canyon area, the site we were parked in at Ruby’s Inn was reserved so we moved 1/4 mile down the road to their overflow camp sites. These sites are behind Ruby’s Inn hotel. The sites are full hookup but only 30 amp.
So…we thought the main park here was not so great, well after staying in the overflow it is looking pretty good now. This place is ridiculously noisy and no privacy at all. The activity from the hotel(s) is non stop and maintenance vehicles running around nonstop. This is the first time we have had to use 3 sewer hoses to reach the connection, and we had the pleasure of the neighbors sewer connection being about three feet from our entry steps. We were, however, glad that we were able to fid a way to extend our stay and the proximity to the laundry and general store were convenient even if the general store was more of a gift shop and had no groceries to speak of.